A good marketing agency will work with you to find out more about your industry and your potential audience before working on your landing page.
Despite Australian states starting to come out of their COVID-19 lockdowns, many consumers are still happy to stay with online shopping, meaning business owners need to look at how their advertising spend is best utilised on the platforms their potential customers are browsing and shopping on.
You’ve set up your online store and you’ve got the sale – now it’s time to sort out your shipping. The fulfilment and shipping process is one of the most important parts when it comes to customer experience. They expect to pay as little as possible, have their order arrive in a respectable time frame (usually quickly) and have all their purchases arrive in perfect condition.
The heart of every marketing strategy is being where your customer’s area. It’s the rule businesses have lived by for hundreds of years. Perhaps in the past, that meant a physical store that your customers could walk into. Now, it’s likely to be a digital platform where your customers can shop 24/7, and where you can meet their needs as well as tell your own story.
It’s the world’s largest domain registrar with 19 million customers but that hasn’t stopped GoDaddy from a data breach that impacted its web hosting account credentials.
With the current global events, we have been experiencing a mad rush with the need for businesses to start selling their products online.
If you have a business, you need lead generation strategies to get people through your doors – physically and digitally.
So, you are beginning to create your sales funnel for lead generation and it’s time to build a landing page that will encourage visitors to take up your offer, give you their details and enter your nurture phase?
Lead nurture is simply building a relationship with your customers. For this blog, we’ll be talking specifically about nurturing the leads your sales funnel, or lead generation strategy, has brought into your database.
The moments that really matter when it comes to buying decisions are the ‘Micro-moments’ of your customers.
Although it sounds like it might be straight from a cheesy greeting card about making every moment count, this term was actually coined by Google and refers to the 4 ‘game changing moments that really matter’.
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